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MENAM is an Aviation waypoint.
- also known as MENAM fix, waypoint MENAM, MENAM waypoint, fix MENAM
Menam a.k.a. Monom Language: Monom, also known as Bonam, is an Austro-Asiatic language of Vietnam.
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by Karolina Klecha-Tylec
The Menam is a river in Thailand; its lower course, along with the place where the Ping and the Nan rivers meet, is called Mae Nam Chao Phraya. The Chao Phraya flows through Bangkok and empties into the Gulf of Thailand. The structure of ...
by Sir John Alexander Hammerton
Strange Siamese Superstition The Menam is a river of houseboats. The ordinary, floating homes are usually constructed of light wood and bamboo, the roofs being thatched with the leaves of the atap palm. There are rarely more than two ...
Chiefly Compiled from the Abrege de Geographie of Adrian Balbi by Adriano Balbi, Thomas Gamaliel Bradford
The Menam is a large river, supposed to rise in the Chinese province of Yunnan, and which, passing through Siam, intersects and fertilizes that country by numerous branches, and enters the Gulf of Siam. The Mecon rises in Thibet, and after ...
by Joseph Emerson Worcester
The Menam, like the Nile, overflows its banks, and renders the land in its vicinity very fertile. A large part of the country is mountainous, abounding in wild animals, and unproductive. The grounds on the Menan yield great crops of rice.
Illustrated with Maps and Plans by John Ramsay McCulloch
The Menam opens in the centre nearly of the bottom of the Gulf of Siam. There is a bar at its mouth, consisting, for the most part, of a mud flat 10 miles in depth. The outer edge of this flat, which is little more than 200 yards broad, ...
by Edinburgh gazetteer
The white elephant is considered an animal rare grounds bordering on the Menam, however, and almost unique; and it has been the yield extensive crops of rice, the only grain cause or pretext of wars between sovereign of the country, and ...
by Ruth Whitehouse
At the beginning of the Christian Era much of present Thailand was inhabited by the MON people, very early Buddhists; it may even have been in the lower Menam plain that BUDDHISM was first implanted in Southeast Asia in the 3rd century ...
The Popular Encyclopedia (1841)
Being a General Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature, Biography, History, and Political Economy
BANGKOK; the capital of the kingdom of Siam, is situated on the river Menam, ...
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At the Menam Kong
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Scrabble value of M3E1N1A1M3
The value of this 5-letter word is 9 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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